The NUEYS branch in the Northern Red Sea region held its second congress on October 8 and 9 in the port city of Massawa.
Massawa, 11 October 2012 – The NUEYS branch in the Northern Red Sea region held its second congress on October 8 and 9 in the port city of Massawa.
Mr. Ahmed Jaefer, head of the branch office, explained that a number of accomplishments have been registered over the past 3 years as regards paving the ground for exchange of experience among youths, organizing excursions to historical sites and implementation of several development programs, besides the endeavors exerted towards raising political awareness of youths and bequeathing cultural values.
The participants of the congress extensively discussed the issues of political awareness, education, norm of work and the values in this regard, as well as organization as a virtue. They further assessed endeavors made by the branch office and stakeholders with a view to reinforcing youth capacity in the domains of health, education, creative work, sports and culture.
The participants also put forth views as regards the need for assessing the role of government institutions and the PFDJ on enhancing the awareness of youths, reinforcement of endeavors to promote educational value and ensuring the ways and means youths could raise personal income, in addition to facilitating the publication of a historical book pertaining to the armed struggle for independence.
Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Sultan Seid, Chairman of the NUEYS, asserted that the Union would enhance endeavors towards tackling the current challenges of youths, and called on the branch office to enhance follow-up mechanism.
Also speaking on the occasion, Ms. Tsigereda Woldegiorgis, Administrator of the Northern Red Sea region, indicated that the development accomplishments registered nationwide attest to the potential of the youth, and called on them to work hard towards raising their production capacity.